Drywall


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Drywall

An interior wall constructed with a material such as gypsum board or plywood; usually supplied in large sheets or panels, which do not require water to apply.
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All the defendant drywall manufacturers also instituted significant price increases for 2013.
Hebe Drywall is a bonded and insured drywall company serving residential and commercial customers in and around Manchester.
The center columns have 2x6 boxes at each shelf location to provide backing for the drywall on both sides.
Drywall systems that use Gypsum Plasterboards are quite light in weight, quick to build and offer great savings when the whole building is designed with drywall systems.
They also said the ability of carbon monoxide to permeate drywall could explain some instances of carbon monoxide poisoning in attached residences.
The drywall market in Western Europe is forecast to expand 3.
For more InsideCounsel coverage of faulty drywall, see: Drywall Drama: Toxic Chinese drywall claims have homeowners suing Chinese drywall maker reaches $800 million settlement Product liability case may bring down Chinese drywall company
We plan to examine CGL coverage issues in the context of claims by homeowners against builders, drywall subcontractors, and suppliers.
Depending on the number of property owners who could prove KPT drywall damaged their homes or businesses, the settlement could reach upwards of $1 billion.
Although the presence of Chinese drywall was unmistakable for the many homeowners suffering from the rotten egg odor the drywall had been emitting for years, it was not until January 2010 that the CSPC released guidelines to officially identify the presence of the corrosive drywall.
This drywall was manufactured in China in response to the mini-construction boom after the destruction from Gulf Coast hurricanes in the mid-2000s.
The central allegation of the Chinese drywall lawsuits is that the product emits high levels of sulfide gases, which corrode other components of a home, such as HVAC systems, metal pipes, copper wiring, coils and other electronic components.